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TULKrJIONK DOIT, LAS 618.
lice, October 21, 1906.
INDIANS IN AN TGLT MOOD
Soccial Sale ol Soiled and Mussed Hand Embroidered Lunch Cloths
and Scarfs at Rail Price.
Monday we will place on special sale all mussed and soiled hand embroidered Lunch
Cloths and Japanese Drawn Worked Tea Cloths and Scarfs at just half price.
1 fANP EMBROIDERED SCARFS.
All our in Embroidered Scarf , Monday, ;
All our. l-.Iii Embroidered Scarfs, Mon
day, II . " :
All our ?. Embnilibrd Scarfs, Mon
All our f.l Embroidered Scarfs, Mini- 1
day. $l.n. " I
HAND embroidered LUNCH
All our $l.iio Lunch Cloihs. Monday, 7"c.
All our 12 T5 Lunch .Cloths $1.."J. 1
All our $2.50 Lunch (.'loth 11.25 . , i
All our 3 Lunch rp-.ths 11 ! .'
All our I3.K) Lunch Cloths 11.75.
All our W.EO Lunch Cloths $2.-.".
LJiBROlDERKD DOILIES, i
All our OOc Enibmldcrd Dolllc. Mon-j
All our fcfic Embroidered Imlllcs t:ic.
All our 11 Embroidered Dollies 6ic.
JAPANESE LUNCH CLOTHS.
All our 11.75 Japanese Lunch Cloths, Moll- i
All our 12. ol) Japanese I. until Cloth?, Mon- !
day, ti 25. j
All our 12.75 Japanese Lunch Cloths, Mon
All our $3 Jupunese Lunch Cloths, Mon- j
day, $1.60. !
All our $2 Japanese Scarrs, Monday, $1.
All our $2.75 Japanese Scarfs, Monday,
All our $3 Japanese Scurfs $1..V.
Long Kid Gloves.
llloves of every description for Ihc Horse
show. A large assortment of 8, 12. J6 but
ton gloves. In all sizes and shades, either
Glace or Suede, and ot best known makes.
Blankets and. Comforters.
Our west basement is filled with the best
and most reliable bed coverings. If good
values, nice, clean, choice Roods at the right
prices nre an object to you, our store is the
place to buy.
Bed comforters at $1.25, $1.5. $2., - $2.25.
$2.5b. $2.75, $3, $3.50, $4, $4.50, $5, $li, $0.00, $7.50
and $12.t0 each
lied blankets at 5o, 75c, Site, ftOc, $1, $1.15,
$1.25, $1.50, S1.05. $1.75. $2. $2.25, $2.50, $2.75,
$.1, $3.25. $3.50, $3.75. ,$4, $4.25, $4.50, $5, $5 50,
$5.75, $11, $ti.M, $7, $7.50, $S, $'J, $10, $11, $12.60,
$13.50. $17.50 a pair.
Blanket store, west basement.
Special Showing of New Plaid
The new styles that fashion has brought
In for the autumn. Each piece full of
daintiness nnd color harmony which Is
simply beautiful. Nothing that In any wty
ou!d possibly suggest ordinary or tpies
Unliable dualities has been allowed to enter
Thompson, llelden & Co.'s Silk Depart
ment. Our ulm has always been to give
our customers the best possible value at
the lowest possible prices. Com? and see
hese, new paid silks for waists.'
McCall Bazar Patterns
We are aRcnts for this celebrated put tern. There are none het
ler. Prices, 10c and 15c en eh. Ask to see MeCall's Magazine, only
50c for a whole year, including a free pattern.
The habit of making our money Avork for you. Your money will
work for you and earn money If you have a deposit in our Customers'
Deposit Account Department. Have jour purchases in this storo
charged against jour money on deposit. You will be dealing on the
Thompson, llelden & Co. cash baHis, with the low prices of the cas.h
basis. Four per cent paid on deposits every three months. We do
not run a bank.
. Halcony, Main Floor.
Rest Room, Manicuring Third Floor.
. Make use of our rosy rest room; largo easy chairs, maKaeines, tele
phone and writing materials, all for your convenience. Manicuring in
connection. Miss Ixigan, expert manicurist,, in charge. Her methods
are Strictly sanitary. ' ' ..... ' -
Miss Steenstrup, Expert Needle Artist. . -
. .Gives free lessons in art embroidery every day from 2 to 5 p. ni.
All the latest stitches are. taught. No charge for instructions. Ma
terials must be purchased here. Class meets on second floor.-
Lion Brand Yarn.
In yarns, as well as everything else, there Is always a best. That
best is Lion brand. There ia ebsolutely none better. W.e are' agents
'for this famous yarn, and wish to inform you that our fall and winter
stock is now complete. Most any wanted color to be had. They cost
' no more than inferior kinds. .
. Second floor.
Absorb considerable . attention. am'
though hollbay business 1? the bluest
Item. ' there Is a steady demand for them
as (rifts for christenings and other special
occasions. The variety In these things is
quite extensive and the dnntlest of hand
painted floral designs in pink and blue ap
pear in their decorations.
Tiny ' Toilet Sets, consisting of comb,
brush, soap and powder boxes, . $1.."0, $2.ro,
$3.00 and $5.00.
Celluloid Teething Rings, combined with
rattle, 35c, f'c nnd fioc each.
Dainty celluloid hand-painted Boxes, In
light blue and white, filled with baby rib
bon and bodkin, price $1.00 each,
'pretty hand-painted Boxes covered with
pink and light blue ribbon, used for baby's
trinkets, prices fOe and 75c each
Hot Water Bottle, with pretty, silk cv
era ot, white, pink and light blue, $1.00 and
Itaby Carriage Straps of pink' satin rib
Buyint Ammunition ami aj Tby Will
Not Eetira ta Utah.
LIKELY TO SCATTER IF TROOPS COME
If They Do. Old-Time Plainsman "ays,
It Will Hrqiilrr l.srarr Detail
Than on Kn'ltonte tu
Itonnd Them I .
SMKRfPA.V. Wyo..' Oct. ' 20-tSpeelHt
Telegram.) According- to the report of N.
W. ' Chassell.' a Sheridan sheep mail, who
jiist returned from the Ute Indian camp
n'e.ir Glllette.'the Indians are armed to the
teeth ahd" from what lie regards as reliable
Information Chussell says they have not
less than $3,0m worth of ammunition at
Gillette. The lndbfns sold ponies and pur
chased every available ounce of ammuni
tion in tt-wh. Chassell hits lived In the
slate twenty years and' is familiar ' with
the Indians and says he talked' with the
.leaders, who declare they will not go back
to flab, but are going to the "Great
Water,'' to' the north, where they can
hunt and Its hi
The' Indiuns are ramped W the Little
Powder river, about thirty miles norlh
i list of Gillette.' They have considerable
whisky and are drinking. Chassell is of
the opinion, sliotild the cavalry attempt a
demonstration,"' the Indians would imme
diately scatter and that the 1 men sent
to' take them would have to be' reinforced
tiefore they could do anything. The coun
try ts rough and dotted with cedar -ridges
perfect Indian fighting grounds and if the
renegades decide- to resist the' 'troops it
. will rrqulre twice the number ordered from
Fort Robinson to handle them. Chassell
will return to Gillette immediately. 'He
lias sheep near the Little Powder river.
He says neither life nor property would
bon, hand-painted, very pretty lis well asjbft. frarn . nmrHuaing bands In case
Clever New Dress Goods and
Our unusually large display of (food
nri ', lire. Good 'and 8il!:s WHnt 11 Plain, ordinary trimming or
will make this store the objective point of
Interest during- the horse show. Every
useful,' price $1.25 each.
Baby Clothes Hangers', In pink and light
' blue, 5tc, 85c, $1.oo and $1.50.
Safety Pin Holders, made of ribbon and
pins, 50e. $1.00, $1.50 each.
, Baby Hamper, lined with light blue silk.
covered with dotted net, trimmed In large
liws of ribbon,, $15.00 each.
Ha by Baskets in pink nnd light blue lined
,;wlth silk, dotted net and wide net ruffle,
I trimmed In lace bending and ribbons, $;.50
; and $3.50.
Haby Hassinet. lined with light blue and
covered In white dotted net, large blue
satin ribbon bows, $20.00. See Howard St.
nnest 01 appliques, the chances are we rani
Whether you '
A line of Trimming Praid
, !eete( from the best sources
they offer resistance anil fears In that
event the ' white' settlers In' that sparsely
settled community would be e xterminated.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 20. The' Interior
department today received a tllspatch from
Deputy Game Warden' Johnson, at New
castle, Wyo., saying that the -renegade
I'tes had left Gillette and were moving
north rapidly. This is Interpreted to mean
that the Indians are headed for the Crow
reservation or the. northern Cheyenne res
ervation. The dispatch was transmitted
to the. War department. . '"
Report of Hnttle a Fak.
CHEYENNE, Wyo., Oct. 20. (Special.)
A press report sent out from Uliieue (io
the effect that ill a battle between cowboys
suit you to a nicety.
Plaiii D'amond Weave,
full braid, in all
lady who Is interested in buying not only 1 the leading shades, at Gc. 8c, 10c, 15c, 20c
25o and 30c per yard, according to width.
Fancy Iiruids, In n great profusion of
styles, from 5c to 25c per yard.
T.rulii Pflfwt 'ri-lmtnlii0.i fmm 1,. t ti Zl
special effort we are making In goods of j ppp yarj ', '
a dress of distinctive style and quality, but
dress goods that are out of the ordinary,
will also be. Interested In knowing of the
less price In our Rast-menf Drees Goods
Department. Every piece is full of snap
and newness. Just the place to buy the
youngster a pretty little dress at small cofI.
Visit the Rasement Dress Goods. Department.
Laces In Basement. j
It will pay you to visit this department at j
all times, for hardly a day pnsses but what j
Women's' Knitted. Underwear, j hp l,e Indian.-encamped near that
THE WANTED KINDS MODER
Proviolon I" made i" this, the largest of
Women's fnder'wear Stocks for every class
of undergarment. There should be no c
easion for looking farther, as we try to
provide every needful' nnd proper under
garment worn by -women'. All weights, ma
terials, qualities one piece or' two.
Women's Silk .and Wool fnion Suits.
Sterling make, made with low neck, no
sleeves, ankle length. This style also come
in a pretty, mei-cerieed yarn, $3.75 and $2.75
Baby's Wear. t Women's line ribbed medium weight cot-
Vnn-h.. in ii,. oii o-iii ,.H "a ton Union Suits, high neck, long sieve?.
there is something offered which Is worth departni(.nt d).voted to tne me folk9 that ankle length, open across chest. $1.50 each,
your while to Investigate. French and Ger- I hows the assortments and devotes such Women's fine ribbed Union Suits, high
man Va!. at 3c nnd 5c per yard. i painstaking care trying to please as- we do. neck, long sleeves, anklo length, medium
Imitation Torchon Loces, from 1 to 2'i In massing this great display of Infants weight, comes In silk and wool or silk and
Inches wide, at 5c per yard. Wear we have taken into consideration cotton, $2.50 each. ''
Cambric and Nainsook Embroidery, 3 ; that nothlnK Is too fine for the baby, and Women's fine fleeced cotton Union Suits,
Inches wide, at 5c per yard. j we-haven't overlooked the price end Of the medium or heavy weight, high neck, long
Curtains and Pillow Iace at 3c, 4c, 5o. I matter. Come and see the pretty things, ! sleeves, ankle length, fl.od'a suit,
fie, 10c. 124o and 15c per yard. J If only for a look. .'.i . . t"" Main Floor.'' :
Fancy Appliques, from "lOc to $5.50 per
The latest style books are to be found at
this department. You are welcome to make
free use of .these. These books are a
great help to the undecided shopper. Come ,
and look through them. i
place, two cowboys ..were killed, proves to
be a fake and entirely without' foundation.
It Is trtie. as 'indicated In the dispatches,
that serious troublo i' feared at any time.
The Indians are morose, arc st-aling and
killing stock and committing other rti prona
tions; bqt the settler:! realise any open
trouble would probably result In a massacre
of man' of the. people of that section, and
they have theerfore refrainfd In every pos
sible Way from doing anything which w-ould
bring down the wratli of the redskins.
prtie, making Us total winnings $3,100.
Captain Otto A. Case of the Seattle
company was awarded the medal as the
best officer. A total of $,700 In prlnes
The largest commander)' prie was won
by the Kansas City comany No. 3.
ETRURIA IN A COLLISION
f anarder JMrlUes the Minnehaha
While lloth' Are Outward Ho and
and Is lnied.
NEW YORK. Oct. 20. The Cunard lino
steamer Etruria has been In collision off
Thompson's Island. II Is now anchored
off tint point.
' The Etruria. while bound out of New
York harbor, collided with the Minnehaha,
also outward bound. The Minnehaha evi
dently suffered no Injury, as It continual
on Its way and later passed out over
Sandy Hook bar.
The Etruria waa struck on the after port
quarter Just above the water line and a
hole four feet In dlanifter waa smashed In
Its overhang. . The Minnehaha was not
The captain of the Etruria has notified
the Cunard office here that he will be able
to make his own repairs and hopes to tv
able to proceed tonight.
The Etruria was nnehored near Staten
Island. In a dense fog, when the Minne
haha, which had been following about
ten minutes behind, struck It on the quar
ter. The Mlnnehahu was quickly stopped
nnd some of Its boats wero lowered, but
there was no danger of any loss of life.
The Minnehaha's stem was slightly
twisted, but not sufnVletitly to delay Its
voyage. The Etruria anchored near
Staten Island to make repairs. It has on
board ISO passengers.
Itl'MOK OF PACKING COMBINE
to B J
Rport lht All Litter Houie Art
Absorbed by Girantio Comtinatioi
CAPITAL STOCK TO BE HALF BILLION
Arnmnr Interests Are to nominal
the Consolidation and .Most
Money Is to Come from
ARGUING CRAPSEY APPEAL
Admitting; Slatementr KpWcopnl Min
ister Would Deny the Kffect
. Attributed to Them.
CHICAGO. Oct. 20 The Evening lon S
this afternoon print a story t. the effect
that a gigantic combine of packing- iHvtT
dustries In this country Is under way. N
person connected in an omeiai capnen.
with any of the large Chicago packing
houses could be found who would confirm
The story printed In the Post I." to tin
effect that the combination Is to have si,
aggregate capital of $500.W.nii0 and be con
trolled from England, where the majority
of the money for the consolidation Is said
to be coming from.
It Is declared that the Armour Interests
are to dominate the consolidation and thnt
It will Include the following concerns in
tills city; Armour Packing company,
Swift ami Company. Nelson Morris ei Co.,
National Packing company, Sch warsschild
Sulzberger and the CudaUy Packing
According to the Post the prolonged May
of Sir Thomas Llpton In this country is
connected with the alleged consolidation.
When asked tonight regarding the amal
gamation of the packing Interests .1. Ogdi n
"I know nothing whatever about such
propositions. In fact this Is the first that
I have heard about It, and I am sure If
such a transaction was being contemplate!
I would have gome knowledge of It."
Iiuis Pwlft of Swift and Company al-w
emphatically denied that there was any
foundation for such a report.
During the afternoon Mr. Armour and
Mr. Swift were In conference, nut it was
denied that their meeting had anything to
do with the alleged combination of Inter
'NEW YORK, Oct. 20. Arguments on the
appeal of Rev. Algernon Crapsey, lector of
St. Andrew's church,. Rochester. N. Y.,
from a division given by a diocesan court
in Ratavla. which found Dr. Crap.'ey guilty j
of heretical teachings, were resumed be- ! CftRCpAQT DC TUC WPATUPR
fore the Episcopal court of review of the j rUntlHd I Ur VVCHintn
seoond department here today. The argu- . , ,rBmkl, T,,, Colder ia
nients of counsel for lr. crapsey had been i
concluded at yesterday's sifsion und John
ljord O'Urlen of Uuffalo, counsel for the
church, had begun his closing speech.
When Mr. O'Urlec resumed today he paid
that he intended to speak reverently and
respectfully of the man who follows the
bent of hl. conscience.
Mr. O'l'iien said that opposing counsel
no longer, as at the Batavla triil, attempts!
to deny that Dr. Crapsey had nivide the
West Portion Monday, Fair
and .Not So Cold.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 20. Forecast of t lie
weather for Sunday and Monday:
For Nebraska and South Dakota Snow
Sunday, colder In east portion; Monday,
lair and not so cold.
For Iowa Rain Sunday, turning to snow
In north portion, decidedly colder; Monday,
so-called questionable statements attributed,111'1" west, snow or ruin in east portion.
FORTY.- NISE SAVED
(Continued from First Page.1)
Mr. O'Brien held that the appeal was not
taken from the sentence imposed, by Bis'iop
Walker, but rather from the recommenda
tion of sentence made by the standing com
mittee, of the western New York diocese.
Sin the Horse Show "Window with the largest liorW shoe used in imv rlisnlav in the citv."
kJ ... lt. TAlt. It' 1 TT . . . .
Kuim Gamed by Earthquake Fall
FIVE MEN ARE KILLED, OTHERS
lllah Wind strikes Walls
Are neluw Demolished
Men Have )o Time tl
SAX FRANCISCO. Oct. 20.-II
V-ere killed und two Injured l
lapsing walls, toppled over by
wind thl morninir. Three til
flien were crushed to death uivj
at the southeast coiner of Comnj
Montgomery streets and anoil
crushed. Two were killed and' oil
r.itally-lntiircd -under the ruins ol
f the John Floey Furniture cl
Mission street, near Third Thj
the d'Md uie Peter Johns and ol
Uoih accidents occurred at
fcumc time. Jolur Rlordun. fori
Mlyvtoit street work, notice!
swaying ominously just a few
fr- it fell lie called to C
rome out und all but Johns, II
fhurlc O'Connor obeyed.
When It waa too late Johns and Durnnd
ruhed frantically for the street'. O'Connor
mall clerk in the poMtottlce
aster at Lincoln has been ul
idditlonal letter carriers to be
CITYFLYER IN DITCH
senver Train Turns Oirr,
All on Hoard ICscupe
1ELD, Jlu., Oct. :o. SI. Louis
incisco passei;Ber No. Lot!, t:u
Jin'uvl. from Riliiilngham to
Jumped the track und turned
ifteriioon 'iie.tr Lrandsvllle. 1-5
nwest of here. No one was
ed : . '
uderwMod. engineer. Huringtteld,
Guilders, erusl.el and scalded;
rniiall, LtihiMp. .Mo., cut about
d, De Wilt. Ark., left side hull.
ens, Pomona, .xrk., h ft leg frac-
lutkwell, jselina, Ark., cut about
rahain. Mankajji, Kas., sorious-
vd, Denton, Aik., arm and hiud
)-.' co.,r. (l, I'm l.lo, Colo., leg
ter, was turned over. A few persons were
hurt, but rone seriously. Two lighters
were set adrift at Jewish and two water
barges .broke loose in- Blackwater. The
tide was three feet higher in Panics sound
than Bluckwuter. Knlbht Key dock and
crew ar a.fe.
' s l,oa on llarites.
About fifty 'then hive Just '-arrived at
Miami from Long Key. Tht-y report about
twenty-tive men and the quarter bout at
Long Key safe; also two barges remain at
Long Key, but tho remainder of the men
I and plant located there are gone. It is
' estimated that fifty lives ' were lost' on
I dredges at Lower Mutccuinbc. Th
i dredges, Cyama, Mikado, Manetto und
! Dodge are safe". Two nieh Were lost on tha
plledrlver. At Long Key about forty men
! were picked ui and uie safe. There waa
i heavy loss of life on the dredges at Long
1 Key. The steamer' Vlgllancia Is expected
'this afternoon with, bodies The steamer
I lliscayne arrived this morning in good con
I ditlon. It' met the steamer Virginia on It
! wav ufter the bodies of the men who were !
washed ushore. from the St. Lucie. The
steamer Uisciiyne gave the Virginia twen-ty-ilvc
men to assist In picking up the
dead. The Ulscayne was ut Long Key after
tliu storm and reports boat No. .4 gone to
MEXICANS AFTER PRISONERS
Itevolntlonnry Party Is Sold to lie
Planning Hnld from I uiled
HOUSTON, Tex., Oct. 20.-Advlces from
Rio Grande state that a band of Mexican
revolutionists have been organized to
forcibly release prisoners captured in recent
raids by the fcdural and Texas authorities
at Laredo, Eagle Pass, Rio ty-ande City,
Del Rio and other points. Men are al
ready In the field, according to reports re
ceived. United States Marshal Rrewstei
left hurriedly' last night for the border,
after sending elegrams to deputies alont,
the route to Jolii him.
It ; Is declared that after releasing the
Imprisoned revolutionists an expedition Into
Mexico will be inaugurated.
For Missouri Rain Sunday, much colder
in noitliwest portion; Monday, much coldur,
probably rain in east portion.
For Kansa8-Tain, possibly turning to
snow, Sunday, decidedly colder; Monday,
For Wyoming Snow Sunday; Monday,
fair and not so cold.
For Colorado Fair In west, snow In eaat
portion Sunday and possibly Monday.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, Oct. 20. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation, compared Willi
the corresponding day ot tlie last
Mean temperature ....
l'joii. 1!i5. mn. 1WI3.
L' 4 6X. V4
5rt 33 39 47
59 4l 48 IHJ
.02 .00 .00 .00
Temperature nnd precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha slncu March 1,
nnd comparison with the last two years:
Vormul temperature 62
Cxcess for the day 7
l otal excess since March 1 3
formal precipitation 08 Inch .
Jeficienry for the day OS Inch
Total rainfall since March 1 22. W Inches
lelleiency since March 1 4.44 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period In 1005.. 3.19 inches
Deficiency for cor. period In 1904.. 3.31 Inches
L. A. WELSH, Local Forecaster.
The accident occurred just after the re
sumption of play In the second half. The
intense rivalry between the two teams hud
brought out .he largest crowd thnt has
ever attended a foot ball game in Syracuse.
There were S,"l persons In the stands and
bleiu hers mid on the side lines.
Hundreds rnh (V from the stands when ! sea!
the accident oeeu-'ed, but a dozen men i Report from Uoveruor .Maaooii.
blocked the gate that led to the rear of the j WASHINGTON, Oct. 18. Tue. following
collapsed stands and prevented u rcsh ' f : official dioiaitch was received at the War
the panic-stricken over those burled undei j Ul;llUrtment lute this afternoon:
the debr s The Injure 1 were soon taker- o'li ; HAVANA ,Oct. In. -Secretary ot Wur,
and the game proceeded. ' Washington: Terrific hurricane swept oyer
Havana and viciniiy ui uiiuuifciu. luwung
several houra. Wind officially reported
eighty mil's an hour. Telegraphic und tele
phone wire all down. Trees blown down In
ull parts. 'J wo schooners ashore. Loss
in city and country heavy, r ear consider
able loss of lite. Eight deaths reported III
city ot Havana. Have called upon gov
ereiioiH of provinces to report local con
ditions. OCfiin going shipping In Havana
hui-uur unhurmeu. Number of luuucuua
HUSTON'. Oct. JO. Amid great enthusiasm J dud lighters udiift and sunk. ArooJf'
the t' iennlal convention of the World's Krmu)ilvr aene'r, Humphrey of Ym,
.histi,,, iemperance union came ,o r,,, loulBht ..received a dispatch from
,, . ., 7 Quaiter.uuster liaker at Havana us
matter ol the next meeting place wua left , .
,., ..... . ..iv ui i miuitmir', ill 1 1 a i i,,n
TEMPERANCE MEETING CLOSES
Countess of ('arllsle Is Klerted Presi
dent of the World's
W. C. T. I .
colo) , il. Pueblo. fiHit
ii:h'II. KansM I'ity.
hospital. Fully half an hour elajised b'
foie the other two dead bodies hud lieu
STl't'K TO IT
irura, hut Finally Itad to ;le
I u C o Use.
our habits of eating and cjiinking stick
(,i us like . a hungry pup to. a .bone. We
can't always break loost;, even when we
know wa ought to.
Coffee does certainly hurt many persons,
and they know it. But It Is ope. tiling U
know It and another to devise, some way to
chaise the hublt and atill have a warm
beverage at meal time. Thousands of per
sons ull over the world have found 11
e.sy to quit coffee, because they ue Pos
Uini Food Coffee.
"For years I've felt the harm of drink
lug coffee," writes an lowa woman, "but
I liked It so well I stuck to It until about
' wo years ago I quit coffee, and te. too,
said began to drirk Post u in.
"1 made It. not like-coffee, but boiled It
according to directions on the package, and
tho first time we had we all liked it. We
liuvs It now morning, noon and night, and
i II leel healthier and happier for the
"I never have hearlbuiu nor indigestion
..ay more, though my husband und 1 used
to suffer that way and wilh nervous head
ache a great deal of Uio time when we
drank lea and coffee. We can't say enough
In praie of Pustum, and for the good It
has done us." Name given by Postum
Get the Isiok.' 'The Road n WelUille,"
Co.. Battle Cyeik, MU'h.
(IMU Uta iWg. "There a icasop."
WESTERN MATTERS AT CAPITAL
Nf National liauk ot Wolbaeli Auth
orised to Comiueuee
(From u Staff 'Correspondent. )
WASHINGTON. Oct. 30-Spetlul Tele
gram.) Tile Fifst National bank of Wol
bach, Neb., has been authorized to beMn
business with $-J.".ilWi capital.. George E.
Lean Is president. F. E. Seavey vice presl- k
dent and C. W. Norton cashier.
PoslmuXer uppolnted: Nebraska Nor
mal," laneasler county, I. C, Miller, vice
D. R. Tattle, resigned; Sprague, Lancaster
county, D. Tittering-ton. vice A. J. Mi
Clellin, resigned, lowa Rhodes. - Marshall
county, C. L. Satterfleld, vice John p. Snt
terneJd. resigned. isViuth Dakota Dallas,
j Gregory county, R. A. Patrick, vice W. G.
I Uilliuger, resigned; Harrison, IKiuylas
county, G. Vanderwerp, vice C. Vanderbos,
Rural carriers appointed: Nebraska
DfWeese, route 1. Jessie J. Kohler carriei,
Krano d. Squires substitute; Hershey, route
1, Wllliain E. Funkliouser carrier. Lillle
Kankhousvr substitute; Kenusaw, rout 2.
Albeit F. Hermit carrier, Osmund Mike
scull substitute. Wyoming Mulvia, route
1, Albert Jacobs carrier, Mary Jacob sub
stitute; Worllitngton, route $, Frank M.
Felles carrier, Nick Feltes substitute.
South I lakota -Curtilage, route 1, Clarence
Strattoa carrier. Harry Ap liqig substitute.
Civil service x.iuiIo.i1.,ils Mill lie lieid
tX'lobvi ii at Uiiutiia aJid D.c .Uoim.s lor
in Campbell, spine Injuied.
E. A. Hoyd. Deeatiir. 111.. shonlilt-r
Anna J.upree. colored. Marked Tree. Mo.,
'nth anus hurt.
A. P. Palmer Willow Springs, Mo.,
slightly brui. -t i.
James Uuprei , colored. Marked Tr.ie. Mo..
O. T. Houghton. GUllatln. Mo., scratched
and urie. s..raineii.
J. - II. Uis!1 and w;l'e, eolol'ed, Mai'ki d
Tre. slightly bruised.
J. R. K.uit. Townsvllle, N. C, hurt about
heail nod :'ace
RoUrt K. Lyons, eoloitd, Pueblo, foot
H. W. Wilson. Huriiison, Tenii., " Inter
l.allv hurt; serious.
J. H. Young. Decstus. 111., leg hurt.
Mrs. J. W. Bray. Kansas City, seriously
hurt about bu-k ui.d Inteinally; u uy the.
Mrs. R. A. Young. Alton. 111., bruised
FCOT BALL GRANDSTAND FAl'
Hundred Persons Hurt hy Aeeldrul i-vrs-nse,
V V Three of
Whom Will Die.
SYRACrPE. N. V.. Oct. .-Iuring a fom
ltu.ll game between Syracuse and Colgate
universities at New Star park this after
noon fifty feet of the upper section of the
bleachers collapsed. The stands were
densely packed and 4nt) persons were pre
eioiiatej Into the enclosure,
No one was killed outright, but of the
hundred or more Injured three are expected
to die. Rev. Christopher J. lonigan, assist
ant pastor of St. John the Evangelist's
church, sustained an injury to his spine
which may prove fatal. Prof. William
Lusk, principal of the Union free school,
Hamilton, also sustained a serious injury
to his spine and is in a precarious condi
tion. John West of Rome is injured in
ternally and may dls.
having iweii received to meet In Silnev
N. S. W., Ixmdon and Glasgow. '
Resolutions pledaitig the union's adher
ence to total abstineiii" and prohibition,
urglnp Unit steps lie taken to secure greater
individual and national purity, asking the
heads of nations to unite In taking every
possible step toward accomplishing uni
versal peuoe and declaring the union's pur
pose to use every ! gitimste means to se-
t t ubana arrivea iiu mui mnb m u. m.
and encountered heavy weather. Its tore
: mast completely gone; main mast top gune.
i No men Iniured. Will rcisjrt exact iiuniber
With full particulars us soon us can be ha- i
Dutch Vessel, Fonuders.
SAN J CAN, P. H . Oct. 13. Tile Red Star
steamer I'lilladeJphlu, from Lu . tiuuyiv.
Venetuela, for. New York, arrived heie
today, forty-eight hours lato. The captain
reports that u Dutch steamer was lost In
cure the tnuicUUt for women on the same the cyclone lit a point between Curacao
terms as men were adopted. land I-a Guayra. . The Philadelphia encoun-
The count s of Carlisle was chosen pra- tered the cyclone upon leaving the harbor
Ident of the World's Women's Christian ; at La Uuuyiu u Monday . It was blown
Temperance union today to succeed Lady ' ashore and slightly damaged. This and the
Henry 'Somerset, who declined re-election. I heavy weather uccounta.lor Its deluy in
The other general officers now serving i reaching' here.
we.fi re-elected. The full list of. officers
as chosen today follows:
President The countess of Carlisle.
Castle Howard. York, England.
Vice Piesident-at-Largc Mrs. Lillian
M. Stevens, Portlund. Me.
Honorary Secretaries Mis's Agnes M.
Black, Ripley, Derbyshire, England, and
Miss Anna A. Cordon. Kvanatuii. Hi.
rreusurer Miss Mary K. Sandersoni
Twenty miles of tlie. raijroad connecting
Lu Guayra with Caracas have been to
tally destroyed by the storm, according to
officers and passengers of the Philadelphia,
PANIC AT BARGAIN SALE
! PYTHIAN PRIZES AWARDED
toiupauiea from Points West of lb"
. Mississippi . HI ver W'la six Out
of Seven Firsts. ,
Twelve- Persons Injured Wlieu some
one n)s Moiir) Is l.lua
NEW ORLEANS, La., Oct. i'o.-A pro-
jiosal to raise the ug- limit of entry Into
i tin Knight of Pythias from 18 to il i
jears was voUd down .today by tlie com- I
mittee of the whole of the supreme lodge. ,
The committee voted In favor of making j
Fully 2,uoo one domain out of Oklahoma and Indian j
territory, the consolidation to ie Known as
l.oriSVILLE, Ky.. Oct. a'. Twelve per
sons wets injured In a panic during a bar
gain sale ut a store today
liersons were In the utor..
... - - - - i
During the rush for the counters In the' the domain of Oklahoma. All these amend- j
rear of the establishment, where ihe bar-jmenl have, yet tu be olflcially acted on1
gains were on sale, there was a cry of by the supreme lodge. j
"There's a $5 bill on the tloov" by some. The encampment ended today. The win-1
person evidently facetiously inclined. Bev
eial persons bent over to pick up the bill
and in the wild scramble that ensued
nlngs of the slates, west of the Mississlf.pl
river in the contests weie notable. Com
panies from these stale carritd off six
women and children were thrown from I net of a possible seven firsts.
their feet und trod on. 'Others were thrown, First p'ixe of $1,509 for bclnr the best
over and crushed against the cunlers. Tl-e drilled eomnanv in camp was Hi,m,i-il to
doois were closed and th- human aal-! the Seat 1 1 ihipany No. 1 of .-Seattle,
allelic stoois-d. Physicians were hastily' V1'ah.
I nuo'.Uieie. u sini lucdicai aid ,htu. j i'ul wvuiajiy aisu mw lliv Ui.-laui. J
Opera Glasses LVrSc
We have Just received the largest consignment of opera and
held glasses ever brought to Omaha. They are direct from the
large factories in France where the fiuest glagHeg are made, and
among them will be found all the latest fadu as well as a com
plete assortment, of the staple styles.
The fact that we are direct importers of these goods makes
it possible for us to sell them cheaper than other doaiers and we
have decided to discount our already low prices 20 during this
week. This Is jour opportunity to get a first class opera or field
glass at a price usually paid for an inferior one. Let us show
you our stock.
Columbian Optical Company
211 South letli Kt., Omulia.
Established lu Denver. Omaha. Kansas City. 8alt Ike. Dallas
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